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It gave me goosebumps!
SQuiRMiN' VeRMiN' -
Subject: A MAGICAL GEM
DO YA' THINK 'TIM BURTON' OR THE PEOPLE WHO MADE "TOY STORY" EVER SAW THIS . . . NAHHH ! ?
Subject: Hundreds of films made after 1930 are Public Domain
Including Gulliver's Travels, His Girl Friday, Father's Little Dividend, Flash Gordon Conquers the Universe, Freaks, Jungle Book, The Lady Vanishes, The Little Princess, Meet John Doe, Nothing Sacred, Penny Serenade, Royal Wedding, Second Chorus, A Star Is Born, Topper Returns, etc., etc.
It's not just based on the date of release.
P.S. to PollitoIngles (below) - the MPEG2 available here is complete. Your download must have stopped early.
Subject: Yah speaking of that....
How is it that there is so much stuff here that isn't apparently in public domain? A movie from the 30s would be protected, wouldn't it?
Does anyone police this stuff?
Subject: Creative Commons
Hello out there, does anyone know the status of usage for this work, I'd like to put some music i've made to it and post it on Youtube> Please let me know if you could,,thank you
Subject: MPEG2 Version only 18 minutes long.
The streamed version is 25m58s long but the 1.3GB MPEG2 version is only 18m05s long.
Does anyone know where I can get an MPEG2 quality version of the uncut version?
Subject: Best Movie To Date
I absolutely LOVE this movie!!!!!!!!!!!!!! Very happy to have found it!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
i'm french (my english is not very good, sorry) and i apriciate to see a film that was made in france!
isn't any other movie from starevitch PD? and why arent' they available? thanks
Kenneth Atherton -
Subject: Amazing film
I first saw the "Devil's Ball" sequence on the TV show Night Flight many years ago. I think I was half asleep when I saw it, but the music and the animation left a lasting impression on me. The ball has a beautiful, surreal quality that feels like a fevered dream from the distant past.
I was ecstatic to find the whole film on archive.org. I never thought I'd see it again.
I find the film is best watched in a quiet, dark room (probably alone) in order to appreciate the strange and wonderful atmosphere without any distractions.
Subject: The Devil's Ball
Much of the Devil's Ball sequence is very fine. For example, when the devil summons flying creatures, or when the glasses play music by breaking themselves. This version is 26 minutes long.